Tag: Death Valley Girls

Mundo – Dear Bono: “Girly Rock” is not a pejorative

Mundo – Dear Bono: “Girly Rock” is not a pejorative

The music scene has become “girly” in Bono’s opinion. The U2 frontman bemoans the lack of “rage” in rock in this month’s Rolling Stone cover story: “I think music has gotten very girly. And there are some good things about that, but hip-hop is the only place for young male anger at the moment – and that’s not good. When I was […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.23

Weekend Showcase 2.23

We’re almost halfway through the year and the music keeps getting better and better. The Weekend Showcase 2.23 edition is Exhibit A, as this playlist that features 53 songs is arguably one of the best. Ten countries (Australia, Canada, England, Israel, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States) are represented, and the artists are some well-known acts […]

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Death Valley Girls – “Glow In The Dark”

Death Valley Girls – “Glow In The Dark”

Death Valley Girls are living in the wrong era. As the vast majority artists and bands are writing songs about love, scoring with someone else, or partying hard, the Los Angeles quartet have set their sights on changing the world on their buzzsaw sophomore album, Glow In The Dark. Call it protest music, call it revolutionary, call it anti-establishment, whatever […]

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Jessie Jones – “Jessie Jones”

Jessie Jones – “Jessie Jones”

When Jessie Jones announced she was releasing a solo album, the easy assumption was that she would be doing one of two things. She was going to either a) build on the psychedelic-garage tendencies of the now-on-hiatus Feeding People, for whom she served as the frontwoman, or the psychedelic-pop and rock ‘n roll of Death Valley Girls, of whom she’s […]

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Weekend Showcase – May 29th Edition

Weekend Showcase – May 29th Edition

It’s Friday, so it’s the usual thing here on The Revue – The Weekend Showcase! Twenty new tunes to get you through the weekend. If this is your first time checking out the playlist, below are some quick points to consider. If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page or […]

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Death Valley Girls – “Summertime”

Death Valley Girls – “Summertime”

  A band must be doing something right when it’s been signed by Burger Records early in their careers. Such was the case for Los Angeles-based Death Valley Girls, who in the Burger tradition, create an infectious combination of garage rock, rock ‘n roll, and a psychedelia. They are one part building on the history of The Stooges yet resetting […]

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